Diego “The Dream” Sanchez vs. Jake Ellenberger (VIDEO) UFC on FuelTV

Here’s the full HD Video from last night’s big fight. Always a tough competitor and a fighter’s  fighter, Diego “The Dream” Sanchez takes on Jake Ellenberger in the Main Event @ UFC on FUEL TV in Omaha, Nebraska on February 15th, 2012.

Jake Ellenberger vs. Diego Sanchez - Main Event Welterweight - UFC on FuelTV

Jake Ellenberger vs. Diego Sanchez - Main Event Welterweight - UFC on FuelTV

Diego “The Dream” Sanchez vs. Jake Ellenberger - UFC on FuelTV
FULL FIGHT (HD VIDEO)
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After Nick Diaz’s recent decision loss to Carlos Condit, and GSP out for another 9-10 months… this fight has HUGE implications in the Welterweight division.

The winner of this fight is likely facing Carlos Condit where he will defend his interim Middleweight belt. The winner of that moving ahead to face GSP.

The loser of this fight is likely to be facing a pissed of Nick Diaz.

MMA FACT OF THE DAY: Jake Ellenberger’s UFC Debut was against Carlos Condit. Ellenberger took the fight for an injured Chris Lytle. In a controversial split decision, the fight went to Condit by judges decision.


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OMAHA, NEB.

In the age of the overproduction of sports and of stage-managed “moments,” rarely does a connection between an athlete and his fans feel authentic. Sure, fans “know” their favorite athletes: what their mansions look like, which starlets they date, what they say on Twitter. But these sort of athlete-fan interactions seem tested before focus groups, directed by teams of public-relations consultants rather than inspired by authenticity.

That was not the case Wednesday night at the main event of UFC on FUEL TV 1, when local boy Jake Ellenberger came out from the bowels of the aging Omaha Civic Auditorium. As his walkout song played — “Coming Home,” of course, by Diddy-Dirty Money — the adoring Cornhuskers who packed this venue erupted. This was the city where Ellenberger grew up, the place he returned to in 2005 as a US Marine Corps veteran, and the place where he now was an assistant wrestling coach for University of Nebraska-Omaha, which had won three straight Division II national titles before the program was dropped.

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